• HP's Tabblo Inks Web-To-Print Deals With Disney, Flickr, and Others

    Hewlett-Packard wants you to print as many digital photos and other content from the Web as possible. To that end, it bought Boston-based startup Tabblo last spring because of the software it developed to ingest any Web content on one end and spit it out in printable form on the other. Today, Tabblo announced a bunch of deals it’s been working on since it was acquired, including… Read More

  • HP Acquires Tabblo

    HP announced the acquisition of Cambridge, Massachusetts based Photo printing site Tabblo this morning. The price is not being disclosed. Marshall Kirkpatrick wrote about Tabblo last September. The service launched in July 2006. More on the Tabblo blog and GigaOm. Read More

  • Wiki your photo posters with Tabblo

    Photo site Tabblo made a number of upgrades today to their service that now combines a wiki ethos with a design tool based on general rules of good layout. Tabblo isn’t a traditional photo sharing site; instead of competing with sites you’re probably familiar with, Tabblo makes it easy to import your photos from places like Flickr (and iPhoto or Picasa) and then lets you arrange… Read More